The Good Practices System is a tool with the objective of guaranteeing the conformity, quality and safety of products. The Quality System is implemented in an exclusive way for each establishment, aiming at all hygienic, sanitary and operational procedures.
In order to obtain the Establishment Registration, it is essential to establish the System of Good Practices at the brazilian Ministry of Agriculture. This definition is directed to any establishment that must be regularized with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA), as manufacturer, distributor, storager, importer, exporter, fractionator or a commercial establishment.
Our team is competent to develop the Quality System, prepare the manual based on Good Practices and, through the implementation and correction audits, indicate what must be improved.
We work together with companies to implement an action plan and rectify all nonconformities observed. See below:
Harmonization of the system is essential when they have already been implemented. Stone Okamont makes this assessment with the company and organizes the fundamental adjustments to obtain the Good Practices License at the Ministry of Agriculture.
We encourage the commitment of all professionals involved in the process, with the purpose of establishing sustainability and maintenance of the Quality System, in order to obtain the Good Manufacturing Practices License.
All the procedures necessary to execute and/or harmonize the Quality System effectively can be found in our action plan.
Stone Okamont, prioritizes the demands of your company and, thinking about it, we offer advice to perform a outline of the documentary and physical system. Our expertise include the creation and adaptation of the Good Practices manual, examining the procedures, work guidelines, registrations, forms and qualifications of all employees included in the system.
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